Intel has laid out fresh plans to reduce the impact the CPU company and its products have on the environment by 2030. The new 2030 goals, as a part of the company’s wider RISE strategy, outline the ways in which it plans on going about counteracting its impact on the environment, including “exploring a sustainability roadmap that would include enabling sensor technology to reduce power usage, partnering with material vendors on recyclable packaging, and developing longer-term, energy-efficient architectures.”

One promise of the plan is to create “the most sustainable and energy-efficient PC in the world—one that eliminates carbon, water, and waste in its design and use.” It’s a respectable goal, and one which should be celebrated, but it’s also about as vague as them come. 

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